Oahu: 98-1238 Kaahumanu St. Ste. #403
Kauai: 3136 Elua St, Lihue, HI 96766

Services we offer:

Bridge II Success Transitional Housing:
Oahu & Kauai

Our clean and sober living housing offers
a safe and secure living environment to facilitate healthy habitsforwomenand childrenwho arerecovering substance users,homeless, domestic violence survivors, or previously incarceratedwhilethey areattending and completing our program(s).

Intensive Outpatient Substance
Abuse Services

A tiered 6-month program providing individuals with a foundation for long term recovery & support. Essentially, attendees will first meet 3x a week, then move to twice a week for out-patient services, and finally once a week for after care.

Anger Management Classes
Part of a 20-week program focusing on identifyingtriggers, identifying and utilizing coping skills, and developing effective communication skills.
Case Management Services
In-office case management specialists providing additional assistance such as obtaining vital documents for our clients to maximize available programs and resources to maintain sobriety and a healthy lifestyle.
Healthy Relationships Classes
Part of a 10-week program focusing onidentifying unhealthy relationship traits, rebuilding healthy relationships, effective communications, safety planning, processing trauma whilemaintaining sobriety.
Domestic Violence Survivors Services
Services provided to victims of domestic violence to help establish awareness of potential signs of abuse so they may be better equipped to understand their emotions.
Community Resource Support
Community resources to assist them in living independently or to assist in reintegrating back into society such as health support, housing support, NA/AA support groups, rapid re-housing, Section 8, and Rent to Work.
Gifting Closet
Supplied by donations from our surrounding community, the gifting closet is open to anyone in need of essential items including products for hygiene, household, skin/haircare, etc.
Hawaiian Culture Initiative

We incorporate Native Hawaiian values and ethics to further strengthen core values developed by integrating ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian language) through haʻawina (lessons) and mālama ka ʻāina (taking care of the land) through kōkua (assistance) efforts with local loʻi kalo (taro patches).

Kealaula on Pua Loke Supportive Housing Program Kauai
28-unit supportive housing project, that provides Housing First wrap around case management services for homeless families.

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